Subject: Re: pkg/10704
To: Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Berndt Josef Wulf <email@example.com>
Date: 02/13/2001 00:48:25
Alistair Crooks wrote
> > --- Makefile.orig Tue Feb 13 00:07:03 2001
> > +++ Makefile Tue Feb 13 00:01:19 2001
> > @@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
> > MAKEFILE= GNUmakefile
> > # Needs ELF clue, mips has no TAS implementation
> > -NOT_FOR_PLATFORM= *-*-alpha *-*-mips
> > +#NOT_FOR_PLATFORM= *-*-alpha *-*-mips
> I'd prefer to keep the "NOT_FOR_PLATFORM= *-*-mips" in there,
> especially if the patch is to be "applied for NetBSD-alpha
> architectures only..."
Actually, it would be interesting to see if it compiles on mips...
any takers to run a test on this?
> What's the problem with applying the patch in all cases, and using cpp
> switches to differentiate what is wanted where? We do that in most of
> the other packages we patch.
This patch should become obsolete with revision postgresql-7.1 as
it is said to include these fixes. Keeping the patches in one file
simplifies its removal at an later time...
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